Steve Griggs ’63

Steve now has six grandchildren, 3 boys and 3 girls. A seventh is due in August and there will be no prior notice to see which gender breaks the tie in its favor. Steve and his wife Trish continue to live and thrive in Connecticut where they play and teach the winter sport of Platform […]

Kristian Meisling ’71

As an outgrowth of my role as Adjunct Professor at Stanford, Ginger von Wening and I went to Scandinavia this summer, where I presented the results of a research study recently published in a Geological Society of London Special volume on Arctic tectonics in Stockholm. We travel a lot and hike and ski regularly in […]

Larry Lisle ’63

7th granddaughter born on July 27, 2018, in Blacksburg, Virginia: Elizabeth Brantley Lisle. Son, Lee, is a PhD candidate at Virginia Tech. Oldest granddaughter, Anna Barrett, started college at Belhaven University, Jackson, MS, majoring in dance. Lora Jane and I are living in Hillsborough, North Carolina, and enjoy visiting our children and grandchildren (OBX and […]

Scott Ream ’71

Debra and Scott are doing well; sold ‘the big house’, dropped the landline (now using cell phones), and are now ‘animal free’ (no pets) after over 30 years of having various dogs, cats, birds, hamsters, etc. They LOVE the freedom of their new lifestyle splitting time between the NJ townhome (Nov-May) and their cottage in […]

Justin Faggioli ’69

Sandy and I are ecstatic with the arrival of our first grandchild, Phoebe Sternberg (daughter of Claire Faggioli CdeP 2002 and Daniel Sternberg). We were recently fortunate to spend time in Hawaii with our son and daughter-in-law, Nathaniel CdeP 2000 and Stacie. Clay Pell CdeP 2000 also joined us for a few days. I am […]

James “Kirk” Kirkham ’50

Fellow classmate, Miles Carlisle, and I plan to celebrate our 85th birthdays together on May 19, in Bolinas. Included will be mutual good friend, Winnifred Noble, classmate Dr. Morris Noble’s widow. As for me, still married to Kathy Dibblee (57 Years); two children, Lila and James D.; and four grandchildren, Sam and Allison Ansel, Leela and […]

Sandy Walker ’48

Continuing architecture for my sixth year at a rather slow pace. Still see Sam Wright, Peter Dunne, and Elliot Hayne. Kay and I share four of my grandchildren. One doctor, one film maker, one Fulbright scholar in Turkey, and one making very good Keenan wine, while in Brooklyn I have two high school boys and their mom […]

Nicholas Cunningham ’46

Unlike most of my classmates, I have (so far… still hoping) but two grand children. But they pack a lot of talent. My grandson Adrian just got admitted to American University on his writing, advocating & basketball skills. His sister Ruby is at Bronx HS of Science, just came back from a soccer tournament in […]